Mei Fong


Mei Fong is the chief communications officer at Human Rights Watch. She won a shared Pulitzer for her work covering China as a former Wall Street Journal correspondent. In 2016, she released a free Chinese-language digital version of her award-winning book, One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment, to circumvent Beijing’s censors, for which she was listed on Foreign Policy’s U.S.-China 50 list.

Articles by Mei Fong
Chinese women take their babies for a stroll.
Chinese women take their babies for a stroll.
NINGBO, CHINA - FEBRUARY 18:  (CHINA OUT) Finished inflatable sex dolls are stored in a warehouse at the Jiamei plastic toy factory on February 18, 2012 in Ningbo, China. The Jiamei plastic toy company, based in the suburb of Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, produces cheap sex dolls at an average price of 100RMB (15.80 USD), and has done so for several years. According to the company, more than 50,000 sex dolls are sold to the domestic market in Japan and Korea each year. (Photo by Kevin Zen/Getty Images)
NINGBO, CHINA - FEBRUARY 18: (CHINA OUT) Finished inflatable sex dolls are stored in a warehouse at the Jiamei plastic toy factory on February 18, 2012 in Ningbo, China. The Jiamei plastic toy company, based in the suburb of Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, produces cheap sex dolls at an average price of 100RMB (15.80 USD), and has done so for several years. According to the company, more than 50,000 sex dolls are sold to the domestic market in Japan and Korea each year. (Photo by Kevin Zen/Getty Images)
A child looks at his reflection in a window in Beijing on November 17, 2013. On November 15 China's Communist rulers announced an easing of the country's controversial one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges including the abolition of its "re-education" labour camps and loosening controls on the economy. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones        (Photo credit should read Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images)
A child looks at his reflection in a window in Beijing on November 17, 2013. On November 15 China's Communist rulers announced an easing of the country's controversial one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges including the abolition of its "re-education" labour camps and loosening controls on the economy. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones (Photo credit should read Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images)
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